Recovery efforts and damage assessments continue following severe weather, heavy rainfall and flash flooding throughout the Yazoo community.
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A Yazoo City man says he hopes his life can return to normal after a grand jury determined that the evidence did not support charges of kidnapping and rape that he was facing.
Investigators continue to look for a missing man after his abandoned vehicle was found along a Yazoo County Highway.
County Road Manager Jim Warrington got permission from the Board of Supervisors to allow a crew to work Saturday to open the bridge on Terrell Road that was washed out by flooding.
Brian Christopher Weeks, 24, passed away on Friday, January 31, 2020.
Double Quick is under contract to be sold to a South Carolina company.
The American Red Cross has established a shelter in Yazoo County for people in communities that are at risk for flooding due to ongoing heavy rain statewide.
The Yazoo County shelter is located at King Solomon Church, 1409 Calhoun Avenue Yazoo City.
Yazoo City and Yazoo County were inundated with flood water Monday.
Some state officials are reporting that Yazoo got the worst of the damage in Mississippi, and local emergency officials said the situation is far from over.
The debate about police providing escorts for funeral processions in the city continued in a second straight Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting this week.